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gttllivan Chapter, U. D. C
Have Reception and Tea
l^ven in Honor of Mr?. Liv
wutoa R?w* Schuylex, New
President iiencal
Th? recul*' monthly meeting of the
li.Vv Mildred SuHlvan Chapter of the
?Cifed Daughter? of the Confederacy
?Si held at the home of Mrs Algerno
?y-iev Sullivan, 1? Waal Lleventh
Itreetl Mendav afternoon. The meel
f?, sa? followed by a reception and
?a for Mrs. Livingston Rowe Schuyler.
L^t'lv o'ecied pr?sident general of
IxT V D C, ?rid for the Mary Mildred
Slhnm Chapter A number of the
?? of New York were
(?presented by their officers and mem
Jtwon* those irviteut were Mrs. Ham
iltot Fairfax. Mrs Jamee Henry Par
? Ruth Lawrence. Dr. and Mr*.
f Herbe'! Claibornex Mr. and Mrs.
tmM Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Jamea
Wttiiam E Held,
sea, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter
?orkle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ?.
R. W. Jones, John P.
fest. A \K Cochran, the Rev and Mrs.
Sfsftsi i Mrs Charles Walsh,
1rs. li Snowden Marshall,
'-.-<. Leroy Brown. Mr?.
..- . Mrs. Juan H.
; Harvey Dew, Mrs-.
1rs. T P. Gant. Mrs.
,7>n Holmes. Mrs. Martha
Mrs. J. H. D'.nw:ddie, Mrs,
r.g. Mr3 Lr.cy Rand Iph
i.iry Fairfax Childs,
Hammond and Mrs.
Bafort Phillips,
. -??? i.
Marsrarel Beeeher and
A. T. Abeles Married
- ? Reeeaer daughter of
fcfra Henry Ward Beeoher,
iughter ni th* Rev. Henry
td a grand:-iece of Mrs.
xrsr, -,.- - Stowe, was mamea
-?oon at the Church of
10 Alfred Tausais
?
On'y a few intimate friends and reia
eeremeny which was
?e Rev. Dr. Cleland,
Mr. Abeles is the son of the late
-i!r. ar '-"'? Abeles, of St.
of the famous Abeles
twins ?? - I the two Harvard
1911 to 1918. Dur
: as an ensign in
ter the ceremony the
. for Lake-wood. N, J
to the city th?y will
ience at 687 Madisur.
Avenue. .
RESORTS
^"?V YORK -T?TE
^?Hrecttyattke Station
~28 minutes from
? Grand Centra/
1 "fogether with superior
accommodations a n d
moderate rates, causes
oar old patrons to re
iizrn each year to what
they consider their
Heal Winter Home
i limited number of com~
portable bachelor accommo?
dations with meals, $28 per
week.
TkelGRAMATAS
BRONXVILLE. "NEWYORK
Herrn Panehev&'Son.H?c Lessee
Pltoiu? 8.150 itrwniTille
i ,.\k?;?vo??
g FIOWOA'S MOST ATTRACTIVE RESORT g
'?IotelRoy?lRalm!
FORT' MYERS
?FAMOUS FOR ITS CLIMATE ?
'-.. m ?? Anr I
? ?
' ::-iit?. Tenme,
and l'.
tins Foci, Symph'tcy
Z i*r, Rocm with Prlviu
Bath.
J t Nelson, Manager, v.
""i
er. r5
THE MADISON
LAKEMOOr?. H. 3. NOW OPEN.
kHOMB] '. '.UNATING GUESTS,
ac nya. Private Bath?. !
Robert M. < roiu-h.
LO>0 VilANo
Garden Cuyt Long Island
*? exclawve American plan hotel with m? .
a la c?''?? reaiaturuai i?r mo tor Uta.
8JPECIAL WINTER KATES.
WHuaat ? >m pena. ?itatiea.
J I LANXIN CO.. Props.
m
?OCTH ?AROUKa.
Kirkwcod
On Cflmden Height?
SOUTH CAROLINA
PSN8 IN DBC.
IS-hote (.?if. Ki<JlaK. Climat?
r fcOuatN? Kiu:AlT?UuL??
BKKM0DA
The ideal Winter Retort
PR?NCESS HOTEL
?BERMUDA
C-'T or, th* Harbor. Acoommodana ?J?.
a?wrt!il(? .'-.?. Fo,,?r g Acanctea
_?_k,itl RoyaJ Uail Sv-.ni Packet Co.
The
New York Tribune's
Third Annual
ter Resort and Travel
Graphic Section
l? Part of this issue
RESORTS
? VI Will CITY. X. J.
RESORTS
ATtfatNTir UTY. N, 3,
IC
DantatS. Whit?,
?'res.
^JwjiyphW.'Mott.
(Jan. Mut.
T?AWvlORE X
JL Atlantic City (
Worlds Greatest Hotel Success
HOl.lPAY S?ASON ?VT THE TRAYMOR?! is a period
real !oy and Gayety. Atlantic City wtth irj.balmy Gulf
Stream Climate >? delightfully ellurthf. The Social lira of chU
woild famou* teso? camrea mound the Ttaymore ? tUt p?a e pi
"Happy ? tvtng." The Tyayrjjori di??.,tJv on the Ocean tronc
? v nvidnjfaatUfa?, Th? Pe?um?nt Tiaymote, SuI'm?
Itpcnor rrui w\ Danen"?*, Promenade deckt and vn
ilconie?. Library tower. Luxurious loyer. Spaciou* roomi
?ad ?uitee. Salt an I lieah watet bath?, with every room. European
or American plan, fUtcrvattaat ?Would be t.tada early. j
Golf all vcar. Alwaya open. -^
__^~J/??
ATLANTIC CITY. K. ?I.
ROYAL PALACE
HOTEL? COTTAGES, .
ota. 4K? BpacK, Cap(>00
COtWStilENT TO All AMUStfUNTS
??-a.&*.tk? DIET KITCHEN O?xJKaWt?
Fkmily F>&irorv?*v$a ?rvv-ii:?d
?EOUCCPlMItWnOWIN CP'P"ECr
CL J-iA W5? BN LV MAM JAUfcT ROU?
?n ?itaniSc City ifs iht
Greai?y Reduced Winter Rates
fl?ariborouciM?lcnfidni
(?-??in- Moto! Vlrgtel? A-.C. S- Board
tar rate. ?!? week up, lnclu4in* mea
WWtkInS
luvt winter taten. L?NTON B. ARNOLD
(AbSQ
AND COTTAGES
SEABREEZE
I?..R. ?Station,Daytons
OPEN JAN.4th
I >irect [y on
overlooking on? i I fine it
beachi
lent L8-Hc?e Gpl? Coi
with Gara ? . a r
Bathing, B '?? ?
Trapshooting, M o t o r i ng
Horseback Riding. T
Bath.
E. J. POTTER,President
C. J. ROOT. Manajer.
New York E-ookinr; Office,
1180 B^r.?dhv*y,
rff m m i*. ?*~4?
! fe' J? $
Hillsborough County, Ha.
Slip awa'y from the anow and cold 1
Ccrr.e where it's great to be out?
doors ? swimming, fishing', Bail?
ing, hunting, motoring, golf.
Homeseekrrs'cr portunity. Money
In truck-;;! rming, Btock, poultry.
Port and railroad. Values growing.
Write for Information ? name
booklet you want ? !, for T
?2, on Port?3, on Agriculture.
Tamps '
?
or c?iV ai Branch Of?ro,
Tampa Board of T-ada
46 East 41at St., New York C it
ARE tfll GOING TO FLORIDA?
Call at this ornee and ive can save you
$25.00 on your tra ns :
Ground floor, 4*i '-.-.
son Ave. Murray Hill oj-ii).
MIAMI accommodations prom
??'re? Information bui cted bN
MONTRAY CORPORATION, 36 W. Plagier
at-, Miami, Pia apartments,
houMPf,. furnished, month,
season. Wri
?j. baths
Palm Beach Hotel
L .. format, mor: p
THE BELLEVTEW D CO! -1AOE6, |
Belltair Heights, Florida. Open Jan. 7.
RHODE ISLAND
TARPON INN
TARPON SPRINGS. r'T.OKIDA
-OPENS JAM l!H 2ND
Each rooi ?? also rooms j
with h< cunning ?
Muslc-Boal rig ?' Elevator i
GOLF GB 188 GREENS
AM Privileg ? Countr; Club extended
?
J. T. CHAMP? IN, A. I? C T -.HING.
Ocean House, Hotel,
watch mix. j:. f.
N. T. Office: 8 W. 40th St. Tel. U ngacro s:so
MONT! LAIR. N. J.
IDEAL TOM?
lair
MONTM.AIK, N. J.
MOST DELIGHTfrt LLY S-?TUATF.I?
RESIDENT! A I. HOTE?, IN NEW
)OKK 8 SlBlRKS.
OPEX 'lit: ENTIRE TEAR.
OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT.
EKEOCKl! k. C. HALT COMPAN?.
CONNECTICUT
riCKWIC? ARMS,
Greenwich. Conn. Open AJ? Year
TO CHATEAU FRONTENAC, QUEBEC.
If you lov? real Winter ?ports.
TRAVEL
Fall River Line
To Boston"? "SMSF"-**0
U. f ter 14. ft. R. (fulton S!.> 3;0U P. M. Oaiij.
New London (Norwich) JLine
Leave Pier 40. N. F. Wealt Days 5;30 P. M.
COOK'S TRAVEL SERVICE |
Over ISO oBitj throws hoot th? world
Tl?t*. Cook A Son . 245 Broadway
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAI1.WAI
i U?i?t.. Can. Paol&r- Bids., N.
GEDNEY FARM HOTEL.
White Plains. N. V. Open AU Te??.
FOREIGN RESORTS
-^6r.
Cofidadc?-Van?le! oil? Ur-.t?!, &*n Juan.
Address The Vanis: bi.: HcteL New York.
TRAVEL
Stillnss Piara 58-62, North Slvar. New Y?r(U
At noon, unirai n"-lf>?(J.
To CHERBOURG? SOl.'THAWTPTON
. .Dec. 31 Feb. IS Mar.
Baltic. . .
Cedria..,
CWr?o. .
Te I '? ??
Llversoel % Doa,
.i.m..M Pel
J?. 2S Feb.
r<?b. i Mm.
Mediterranean Voyage?
To Madeira, Gibraltar. Aislara, Mo.
naco, Genoa, Naples, A'baa?. Al?x
p'-irirla tor Eevpi ami the Nile.
ARABIC fiT.SH tap?), Jen. ?l? i?aroh *
ADRIATIC CM.ail teu&). Jan.. 7?F*&. ?*
Zetland.
-
?liai oumrn'raung inn. T.
call at Halifax
I Plymouth
KCherlie
A
,t Halifax.
??,.,,. fDec 1? Jan. 21 F?h. ?
>mouth 11><)C a^.jaij. ???Mar, ?
??'??"?-(il De-3. 31 if eh. 4 Mar. 11
Rtararp ^.lui. - yeb. h Mar. IS
'.,>. . . ) IJan, VI I"eb. 23
.Ifw?it.fcaJi.ia s' Hamhiirii j.'Jan. Si ?d ? ! ??'..
?Aleo ralis et BBDNtSBirrTEL ard DANZIO.
International M erran tilt? -Marine Ce.
VZ-) Staumeta?l.SOOftlOO Tcu?.
9 Broad wu.v, N. Y., or Local Acent-?.
Passenger &. Fre^'nt
Servie?? from New York.
CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON
AQ MA .Oec. Li 1er? 7 Eeb. 28
C AEMANIA .Dec.31
LIVERPOOL
gCTTHIA ?Tinn. . . Oct. 84 Jan. 28 Feb.'J5
HALIFAX PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG
AXD HAMBURG.
? iX^Xl v . .l-ii ?l Mar. :
LONDONDERRY AND GLASGOW
?.'?? ? >:iA .Deo.'l Jan. 21 Feb. 3fi
^?'??A . ..Mar. It A;. ?= -
LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
CAMEKOVIA (new) . Oec. SI
- IBilALTAR, NAPLES PAT RAS.
: ' BROVJUK. TR-USSTE, FIL'MB
l r.ALIA . ~..Ta?. il
<-'?? U TAJ. ?LGIERS. MONACO NAFLBS,
AUbSCANTDRTA i ONSTANTINtiPL.B, ATHENS.
\ ;.."> :? '. f,a 'i^HPdlim ; i Ouls?)
CARO N?A Jai?. 28 I CARMAN?A..Feb. 11
)NDONDERRY, LIVER
GLASGOW
\-.-\KI.\ . Fab. 4
Canard and Anchor ?Steamship Lines,
. ' Broadway, New York
Clark's ? 8th Cruise
mediterranean
EGYPT & Eld&PE
By specially ., chartered Canadian
Pari?.c superb steamer
EMPRESS of FRANCE
?g,481 Gross Tone
BTKOM NEH YORK, EEBRCARY Uth
74 DAYS F??lST CLASS, $600 ?,
ling ln>ie!>, drives, Ruides, fees,
Uta e N ? i, ... :
Aia.ifira. Lisbon, Cadis, Seville (Gran
. da . Gibraltar, Mgiers, Genoa, L?g
ItO II. P?o .. Nni>. -. ...1
i.nple, 18 days in Egypt arid Palestine,
Monti' t ar.o. Havre. Liverpool, Quebec.
K. R. to N. Y. Mop-over privileje la
Pwi ?t.f: : u. y a n .uou,
$!)0. A few vacancies on our Wta An
nual Cruise, February 4th.
Frank C. < ?;;rW. Times Bldgr.. New York
mmicmymdmung
To NAPLB- PORT SAID?KARA
CHI?BOMBAY?COLOMBO?MAD?
RAS?RANGOON?CALCUTTA
S. S. City of Karachi.Dec. 15
S. S. City o? Benares'c?uV Napl?
Jan
v'apisa 1*
All Outside Rooms
Firat and f-'nind Class Pa??ena7#r?
Special 51isHionary Reductloa
NORTON ! JilYfrCQ
. ? Bea ver St., New YorK I |i
Agts. tor EUarmar. & Bu<:m.*ll 8S. C?. Ltd.
TOURS AND CRUISES
AROUND THE WORLD
MEDITERRANEAN EGYPT
SOUTH SEAS BERMUDA
WEST INDIES
CALIFORNIA via the PANAMA CANAL
Write for Bookie! of Trip Desired.
MILLER TCU* 1ST COMPANY.
COLUMB1 S CIRCLE
Pilone: Cu?umbus 8608.
STRALIA
HONOLULU. SUVA. WtW NALAHO
Palaua.? faaauatfer ??.eainer.?
K. M.. 5. "Niagara"
R. M. S. "Hum'"
26.0?O Tuns 13,?00 Tuna
bail from Vancouver, B. G.
For (area and sailings appiy Canadian
Pa.'-. Ry . Can. Pac. Bids' . Had. Avc, 4-un
S-.., N. V , or to Canadian-Australasian
Royal Mail Line, 4tQ Seymour St.. Van?
couver, B. C.
New York?-Albany?Troy
$3.50 $6.00
Ott? Way Itoend Trip
Daily ?a?iiiiKs rrmn n^r S3 S". P... foot Canal
it ? P M.; Wr?i mri St.. ?:30 P Vf DI?
RECT EAlL CONNWmoxS AT ALBANT to all
notiiM ynrth Ka*? and W*?t Phona Canal ???#.
ripf?-' i?-^:,-h( ????vice Anto? Tnrr?e?
Mi?SOH N?VIGAT1?N U??fif-AAif
Mi^B?iUnS.?or.ana and iam?sA.Emareun.RM m
? PROVIDENCE $3.89
LINE
(Suais*. l.tTM Piar 5t. M. JB. ?Fl. W. Jt?ua
tau ol? ?eakdaja ?nri Suada** ai t F al
*'*'?"' w J?ay 6? raaarfed la ad<aaa*.
Pbooa *?nM MeL
Vt-'orcc-Btfr. |4.32. Providence ?lrei:t. ta I?.
OCTklOB STATEROOMS fl.?2
? ? ??/ and :? -iii-jjy?? :00 P. M.
From Tier 19, K. U. l'Uoue '?'Tl-?? BtMauneu?
>? VMilNAVIAN AMERICAN LISE
f'f'N MARK?NORWAY?SWEDEN
!'!,. c --.r t)fr??-e, 27 WliUehnll St., N ?.
BERMl i>A?Ural IV in ter Vaeat'?Moa,
Euruca? licnuuda. Lia*, MWfeitetmU?tw^.Y. [
-?m, it
t'Hu
l'?ili^ygW^sW' ' lavu-iirv^uimuii <?*<
Toms with Escort, Limited lu 12 Members.
Mediterranean South America
?*"5aiPi?a^...
v!a B. B. "ADRIATIC" vlsltlii?- ? including
Riviera, It?ly, Egypt, Holy Land, East and West Coast
Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, Spairt. Panama Canal, Andes Mountains
France, Switzerland, England 72 days?;$i,900
Frequent Departures ? January, February antl March. Do luxe parties,
everything first class, best steamers and hotels, libera! Btghtsecinfr ami
tima toi rating.
Tours with Kscort, Limited to LB Members.
Through
California
By Auto, visiting
Grand Ca.i-.you, Apache Trail, Color Ado Rockies, Yosemit? Valley, Etc.
?fours includ'"
Honolulu
? [ui .: departures- January, February, March. De luxe partie1., ev<
? ?ng first class, best trail hotels, liberal sightseeing
and timi for resting
Croises to
West Indies, Cuba, Nassau, Jamaica, Pamama,
Venezuela, Porto Rico, Bermuda, Etc.
16 days and ronger, $180 and up.
Lar!;, reservatio I ir complete information and detailed
FRANK TOURIST COMPANY
489 Fifth Avenue (at 42d St), New Yorfc
Established 1875. Telephone Vanderbilt 7390.
B^^T^T^^?^?tTr^sT^^*?
*> ?
\ ?TMOSI travel luxury and comfort pro
^-J vided in the niapuhicent 22 000 ton
S. S. Cristobal of the Panama R. R. Steam?
ship Lino's fleet, which has been chartered
by Gates Tours for these 5,000 mile West*
Indies Cruises.
Price covers everything. At Havana and
Kingston special shore trips: 2 whole days
close inspection of Panama Canal. Stops at
islands of Porto Rico, Haiti, St. Thomas and
Bermuda.
First Cruise sails Feb. Ith; Sccotid, March 4th
Apply to Raymond Whitcomb Co., Gen.
Agents, 225 5th Ave,, for complete ship's
plan, prices and detail;-. Ask for Booklet Y8.
GATES TOVRS-Founded 1892
"World Tra**l at Kttuanabie Coat"
?25 Fifth Arr., New York
Londott ? Paris ? Roan
T^ENViS?nnern of ?porta in
"*? th?se coral isles! Or make
<t sol?, riding, boatinft. bat hin? -arjy
recreation you like best. Fxcs'-enl
boteis And only 43 hours irorn
1 "" >r'8 'cv. ??'"" '
S. S. "ARAGUAYA."
: : 500 Tons Dis
?CU , jo.._u.y -, i.../,. cw Vori
? Sa?urday bailings tliereaftei
Thi-s largest steamer ever in tne
' i ? ??? rice offers all the distina
?ire cruising appointments. Single
Hertb Cabins?Rooms with Bath?
Luxurious Suites.
The ROYAL MAIL.
STEAM PACKET CO.
?'6 Broadwav New York
o: local agents
Fast i'a?at.al Passenger Steamships
o? 21,000 tons, to
J?J*AN,Cl-ilNA
From Seattle te Hong Kong via
Yokohama, Kobe, Nagasaki,
Shanghai and Manila
M,>0 FREIGHT SJBRVICE
CHRISTMAS SAILING
S. S. PARIS, Dec. 14
NEW YORK?HAVRE?PARIS
Paris . . Di'c. 14Jun. 18 Feb. .'.
Koiissili'iu .Dec. S1-?
La Savoie .Per ?S Feb. II Mur. 11
Ij? Lorraine.Dec. SI Jan. 2? Mai 4
I-t Tournlne. Jnn. 7 Feb. 1 ????
Rorhairbpau ..Ian. 17-?
NfcW Y?RK?VlGU^r,,-HAVRE
La Bourdonnais.Ian. 7
TOURS IN ALGERIA & MORUcCO
?ailin(e from Bordeaux or Marseiiles
Three and Four Week Motor Tripe
Writ? for interesting descriptive literatar*.
COMFAJNY'Si OFFICE. 18 STATE ST, N. ?.
SWEDISH
AMERICAN L!NE
Short Route and through bookings in
principal points In Scandinavia, Germany
and Baltic States.
LARGE. MODERN STEAMERS.
S. S. Stockholm .Dec. 21
Superior rasaeuaar Accommodations.
raaaetefw Office* U 6t*i* St., Me? Tarfc
SOMH?
Rio de Janeiro
Montevideo
Buenos Airee
CJ.t:'l?.'TtOt;?
Luxuriously ap?
pointed passenge;
?l?ame? of 21.?
U00 tons chsplaca
ciient sailing froti
New York.
B. 8. Vaaban ?
Dec-. 31
S. S. Vestrls
Jan. 31
?. \ andyek (n?*fw)
leb. 4
mth Arpcrlca. i fi
Si 12 H'way, ,\. Y.
rnmm? hoix one
15 SISA- -For illustrated
address .lohn F. Pierce, D?^; 106,
<' - -"'? >-"?"l-> Mn??s. Montreal. Caaada.
SiituiiA> MTKWH IKJtVti.Jtiv*
KAYMOND-WHITCOMB
? TOUKS 6 CR UISES i
S
1
The Best
in Travel
The Best
?n Travel
To the Lands of Summer
Hawaii-Panama Cruise
Forty-six days of cruising on the sumptuous
"Hawkeye State" (Matson NavigationGj.)
to our most picturesque possessions?the
Virgin Islands, Porto Rico, the Panama
Canal, California, Hawaii?plus Cuba, Ja?
maica and Mexico. Generously comprehen
sive shore excursions at the ports of call.
South America Cruise-Tour
A wonderful opportunity to visit in the
space of two months the great capitals and
essential ports of Brasil, Uruguay, the
Argentine, Chile, Peru and the Canal Zone.
Bail? February 4-, on the new and luxurious
steamship "Vandvcl the Lamport &
Holt Line
Mediterranean Cruise
Lon? ago all the best ac?mmodations on
our "George Washington" Mediterranean
Cruise were sold. Recently the United
States Lines allotted us rooms generally re?
served for the ship's officers. There is,
therefore, again a ch.'nce to engage supe?
rior rooms, for this delightful 64-day cruise
Tours?California and Florida
Two tours a week to sunshiny Califorr
the luxuriant resorts vou have always heard
of. Earlier Tours December 15?January
4. Two tours a week to summery Florida
with visits to the fashionable resorts and
to irresistible Havana and quaint old
^au.
Our Winter I ours to Lurope comprise especi?tl?y devised journeys through roman?
tic Spain, historic Itlay and the ever-brilliant Riviera. Our Winter Arabian Nights
Aftica Tours visit French Morocco, Algiersand Tunisia?lands of continuous sunlight.
Send for Our Illustrated Booklets
Whitcomb Company
Telephone: Mad. Sq. 6270
?eaSC**
\ m
??*
Cruises
From Ne w York to Havana,
Jamaica, Panama Canal,
Venezuela, Windward and
Leeward Islands, Virgin
Islands, Porto Rico, Nassau
and Bermuda.
NO Passports Required?$300 and Upwards
MEG ANTIC (20,000 tons disp.) Jan. 17, Feb. 18, Mar. 20
Largest dimensions of any steamship sailing to the tropics. Over 25 vears*
cruise experience. Apply cruise department for booklet and detailed infor?
mation. Duration of each cruise approximately 28 days. White Star Service,
whkhhasmadethe Olympic's mtemational reputation, provides utmost luxury.
if i Star Line
9 Broadway, New York City
16 DAYS
3 1 SO and up
"The Island of Enchant?
ment." Rates cover ail
neces5ary expenses to and
around Porto Rico and
return to New York.
Steamer is your hotel for
entire voyage.
PORTO RICO UNE
2 S Broadway Naiv York
* * ^o Av f. ?. stow. ? ? -??'*
-oAVfcL SEITVr
fVjmfort Wlthont Krtravaiau'-i?
SPECIAL HO?D?Y THiPS
BERMUDA V?eT W9up
Sailing Dec. 81, 23, .'S.
XMAS SPECIAL $9,,50 ul>
Cleave N. V Dec 23 Arriva N r". Dec 38
CUB? -"VX? $IS?':
First ??ailinsr Dec. "1.
FLORIDA, CALIFORNIA, SOUTH
West Indici, Cruises, $275 up
?W ? A M S - H ? V A N A Tin "vs ????y ik?A?iai.
ind?pendant Travel Anywhere
IDS Park A/a.. Al 41st St, Vand-.rU?t -!JS;
TO
Special Christmas Holiday*
Toi?, 21 day??$174.50 up
S. S. "ORBITA" ^r
From New York De.:. 22
Returning pu ?-. S. ??RASUATA,'1
arriving at New York Jan. 12
One Way F;ir<"," ?35 up.
The ROYAL MAI L
STEAM PACKET CO.
Broadway,
>r Any Btearns?tP
Ager?.
CELINE
Finest Steamers
Fastest Servie?
Frequer.t direct sailings
via Panama Canal. Com ?
fortabie outs>rfe room?.
Unexcelled Cuisiae. Finrvt
steanisUip?! in South Am?
erican trade.
Next Sailinf?
S.S.Santa Luisa Dec.28
GRACE LINE, INC.
v 1? Hasaover S?t, N?, Yorfi
Morocco and Algeria
Fascinating Motor Tours under
famous French Line Management
A THREE or four week motor trip through
these wonderful lands of mystery is a
never-to-be forgotten experience. Visits to an?
cient towns, Moorish palaces and mosques,
Roman ruins and glimpses of the Sahara Desert
also, for those who wish, a week of falcon hunt?
ing in Morocco. Competent guides, modern,
comfortable hotels. AU details arranged for the
traveler from New York to Paris, thence to
Marseilles or Bordeaux and throughout the tours
and return.
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